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Tuesday Nights in January

Nov 12 2015

Tuesday Nights in January

Every January I try to do something at the shop that will make me, and hopefully the customers, happy and free of Seasonal Affective Disorder. This is universally known as the slowest month for businesses, and to keep us from going stir crazy, I like to have a project or theme that makes me look forward to coming into the shop. This year, I have invited Gayle Stacher, who is a wonderful Tarot card reader, to come and do weekly readings at the shop. She will be offering two different reading lengths, which will come along with a soft serve. The short reading is $10 for 10 minutes and includes a mini soft serve in the price. The longer reading is $25 for 20 minutes, and includes a large soft serve (with its topping) or seasonal sundae, tea, and a 10% discount towards a future reading with Gayle.

I have been getting my cards read ever since I was a young teenager, and have always enjoyed the process. Many people are skeptical about getting their cards read, because they fear or deny the fact that their irreversible future will be laid out before their eyes. This is not how the Tarot works. Tarot cards reveal different factors at play in one's environment, and help to give different perspective on how to deal with any problems or issues at hand. We will always have our free will; the Tarot are just a tool for understanding our choices. One can learn a lot about oneself in a reading. I have known Gayle for about 2 1/2 years now, and I have always walked away from a reading feeling relieved and fresh. She has allowed me to see my problems in a new light, and thus helped me solve many of them. I hope that many of you take advantage of these great prices and come and indulge in a little soft serve, and a healing Tarot reading.

Details: Readings are every Tuesday from 6-9pm on a first-come, first-served basis. The dates are 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28. You can always feel free to call and ask how long the wait is.